Cassette casette format. '''''Vuco II''''' is the second album of Croatian singer Siniša Vuco. It was released in 1995 on the Croatia Records record label. discogs.com Retrieved 31 Jan 2012 ''Vuco II'' contains all major hits by Vuco, which makes it one of his best albums. Songs “Crna ženo”, as well as festival songs “Sestro, odlazi” and “Siromasi” were all very popular songs
made contributions on the economy, Mihailo Marković on self-management, and Vasilije Krestić on the status of the Serbs of Croatia. The document as a whole is often wrongly ascribed to Dobrica Ćosić, who took part in discussions about it but was not on the committee that produced it.
: www.dzs.hr Hrv_Eng ljetopis 2009 PDF 01-bind.pdf title Geographical and meteorological data publisher Croatian Bureau of Statistics work Statistical Yearbook year 2009 accessdate 2011-07-10 Cetina descends from an altitude of 385 m at its source to the sea level when it flows into the Adriatic Sea. It is the most water-rich river in Dalmatia. Naklada Naprijed, ''The Croatian Adriatic Tourist Guide'', pg. 258, Zagreb (1999), ISBN 953-178-097-8 In the beginning of 1199, Emeric was informed that Bishop Boleszlo of Vác had been conspiring with Duke Andrew against him; therefore he went to Vác and personally arrested the bishop on 10 March. Afterwards, he deprived his brother's partisans (''e.g.'' Palatine Mog) of their dignities. In the summer of 1199, in the Battle of Rád, Emeric would defeat his brother, who had to flee to Austria. The two brothers made peace with the mediation of the Papal Legate Gregory, and Duke Andrew was granted the government of Croatia and Dalmatia again. Pre-NBA Born into the Serbian family of a JNA (Yugoslav People's Army) officer hailing from the Dalmatian coastal town of Zadar in Croatia, Radmanović was born in Trebinje, in the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the former Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), where his father Stevan was stationed at the time. He grew up in various locales dictated by the requirements of his father's profession. thumb Korana canyon at Slunj (File:Korana canyon at Slunj, Croatia.JPG) The '''Korana''' is a river in central Croatia and west Bosnia and Herzegovina. The river has a total length of
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); in Istria, he collected material in local villages where the Istro-Romanian language was spoken. At Dubrovnik in Dalmatia, he studied the archives of the Ragusan Republic (Republic of Ragusa). After reaching Italy, he spent seven months in the Vatican Archives (Vatican Secret Archives) and traveled through the Mezzogiorno before returning home. Development The Renault 18 was intended as a replacement for the Renault 12, which, having been in production since 1969
Romantic period, he is notable for his four dozen operettas. The worship of this god, however, survived in Slavic folklore for a long time after Christianization. Up until the 19th century in Russia, Belarus and Serbia, folk festivals called ''Jarilo'' were celebrated in late spring or early summer. These festivities were completely non-Christian in character, and even early researchers of Slavic mythology easily recognised in them relics of pagan ceremonies in honor of an eponymous spring deity. In Northern Croatia and Southern Slovenia, similar spring festivals were called ''Jurjevo'' or ''Zeleni Juraj'' or ''Zeleni Jurij'' (Green George); nominally, this was a festivity day of Christian St. George, but almost all elements of the celebrations were of pagan origin, and fairly similar to Jarilo festivals of other Slavic nations. Even the Slavic name ''Yury'', ''Jerzy'', ''Juraj'' or ''Jura'' is not as much a translation of Greek ''Georgios'' as a continuation of Slavic ''Jare'', ''Jarilo'' or ''Jarovit''
with ''mlinci'' and sauce '''Mlinci''' is a dish in Croatian and Slovenian cuisine. It is a thin dried flatbread that is easy to prepare by simply pouring boiled salted water or soup over the ''mlinci''. Career After serving in the British army during World War II and rising to the rank of Major, Curle worked at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations in London. He subsequently became an academic, working as a lecturer in social psychology at the University of Oxford and then, from 1952 onwards, as professor of education and psychology at the then University College of the South-West of England, which shortly thereafter became the University of Exeter. In the later 1950s he travelled extensively, and during this period met his second wife, Anne, with whom he had a third daughter, Deborah. With Anne, Adam joined the Quakers while serving as a professor of education at the University of Ghana. In 1962 he set up the Harvard Center for Studies in Education and Development at Harvard University and in 1973 was chosen as the first professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, England. He helped set up the Centre for Peace, Non-violence and Human Rights, an NGO based in Osijek, Croatia during the Croatian War of 1991-1995. He did much to establish peace studies (Peace and conflict studies) as an academic discipline. In 2000 he was the recipient of the Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award.
(soccer) football striker. In 1999, he became a naturalised Belgian by marriage. He consequently played for the Belgium national football team with whom he played 17 matches and scored 5 times. Melbourne Victory FC On 20 February 2007 it was announced that Miličević had signed for the reigning A-League champions Melbourne Victory. He was not home long before he again drew interest from abroad with Croatian heavyweights Hajduk Split and Dinamo Zagreb both
work The World Game url http: theworldgame.sbs.com.au a-league news 481875 Milicevic-s-Victory-nightmare-ends accessdate 2011-05-15 Melbourne Victory FC On 20 February 2007 it was announced that Miličević had signed for the reigning A-League champions Melbourne Victory. He was not home long before he again drew interest from abroad with Croatian heavyweights Hajduk Split and Dinamo Zagreb both chasing his signature. Miličević declared the only club
, the production will be speeded up and all vehicles are to be delivered by the end of 2012. From 1991 until 1997 he aligned himself with Slobodan Milošević's policies. On the domestic political front in 1992, Đukanović became involved in a fierce political clash with the pro-Croatian Montenegrin artist and activist, Jevrem Brković, which resulted in Brković's exile to Croatia (until 1998). On this occasion Đukanović stated: ''Every smart Montenegrin and every honest man in this land mentions the name of the traitor Jevrem Brković with hatred, who in pure vanity betrayed his people and knowingly spreads anti-Yugoslav speeches across Zagreb, while the Ustašas, again like in 1941, bleed the defenseless Serbian civilians'' (referring to the World War II ethnic cleansing of Serbs in Croatia). *1941 to 1944 in Kosovo & Metohija, some 10,000 Serbs lost their lives, Krizman. Nikolić et. al. (2002), p. 182. and about 80,000 to 100,000 Annexe I, by the Serbian Information Centre-London to a report of the Select Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Commons (British House of Commons) of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. or more were ethnically cleansed. * 1941 to 1945 More than 250,000 Serbs were expelled from Croatia and Bosnia by the extreme nationalist Ustashe regime during the Serbian Genocide. Ustasa, Croatian nationalist, fascist, terrorist movement created in 1930. * 1941 to 1949 During WWII, Japanese-Americans (Japanese American internment) and Japanese-Canadians were interned (Japanese Canadian internment) in camps. '''Rab''' (
: www.novossti.com 2010 05 prilog-izgradnji-novih-srpsko-hrvatskih-odnosa http: www.biografije.org runjanin.htm He was lieutenant-colonel in the Habsburg Army (Austro-Hungarian Army). During his lifetime he was recognized for having composed three major songs which are popular to this day: * music for the Croatian national anthem ''Lijepa naša domovino'' (Our beautiful homeland) * ''Rado Srbin ide u vojnike'' (Gladly will the Serb enlist in the Army) thumb 100px right A bottle of Maraschino liqueur. (Image:Luxardo Maraschino.jpg) '''Maraschino''' (
Tourism (Tourism in Croatia) dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP. Annual tourist industry income for 2011 was estimated at €6.61 billion. Its positive effects are felt throughout the economy of Croatia in terms of increased business volume observed in retail business, processing industry orders and summer seasonal employment. The industry is considered an export business, because it significantly reduces the country's external trade imbalance.
The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic Sea coast. Opatija was the first holiday resort since the middle of the 19th century. By the 1890s, it became one of the most significant European health resorts.
Croatia has unpolluted marine areas reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.